The holiday season is around the corner. Before you become too busy with decorating, cooking and attending holiday parties, consider your heightened fire risk. Your heating system will most likely be on full blast for the next few months. That alone can cause a disaster. When you throw in flammable decorations, strings of electric lights […]
Did you know that one of the many things that ServiceMaster Restore specializes in is Hoarding and Estate Clean Up?
Three years ago we teamed up with Matt Paxton, owner of Clutter Cleaner, Host of the TV show Hoarders and author of The Secret Lives of Hoarders, to become one of the nation’s most compassionate […]
The National Fire Protection Association always recommends taking extreme caution anytime you are cooking in the kitchen. Here are some recommendations specifically for Thanksgiving. Did you know that Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment. The kitchen is the heart of the home, especially at Thanksgiving. Kids […]
Three years ago, Superstorm Sandy swarmed through New York and New Jersey affecting the entire east coast. Sandy was the largest Atlantic hurricane on record (by diameter), the second costliest storm in U.S. history, affecting 24 states, and was responsible for more than $95 billion in damage and hundreds of deaths.
Even before Sandy made landfall, ServiceMaster […]
ServiceMaster Restore Presents Top Honor to Georgia and Florida-based Business at International Convention
ServiceMaster Restore, one of the largest residential and commercial disaster restoration companies in the world, has presented its prestigious Marion E. Wade Award of Honor to ServiceMaster Restoration Services, based in Columbus, LaGrange, Newnan, GA, Auburn, AL, […]
Today marks the beginning of hurricane season. The Weather Channel has predicted a total of nine named storms, five hurricanes and one major hurricane during the 2015 season.* But as Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy have shown us, one storm can do a lot of damage.
ServiceMaster wants to make sure you are prepared no matter what […]
In an article written by Barbara Marquand of Insure.com she speaks of how Reality TV and talk shows have put hoarding in the spotlight, showing in vivid and heartbreaking detail what happens in the worst cases. But, hoarding is something many of us witness firsthand. According to a survey by Insure.com, 46% of adults say […]
Source removal of smoke and soot is the primary method used for odor removal. Other methods such as thermal fogging, ozoning, deodorants, and hydroxyls (new nano-technology) may be used when necessary. If odor cannot be removed from structural components using normal cleaning techniques, dry ice blasting may be utilized.
Our prehistoric ancestors relied […]